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Re: Testing a web app with heavy JS use
From: Cipher Louis <sciphre () gmail com>
Date: Sat, 11 Sep 2004 17:15:39 +0300

You could do manipulation with basic regexp using a proxy such as the
proxomitron and a custom ruleset (windows environment), assuming your
JS is client-side, of course.
The proxomitron is really a magic tool for on the fly page editing,
dunno how it works with other applications

On Fri, 10 Sep 2004 19:53:40 -0000, tblinux () covad net <tblinux () covad net> wrote:

Anybody know of a good way to strip or catch and manipulate input to a web app
that uses JS to do error checking AND specify the input target address? ...oh
and the "submit button" is JS driven too...

Other than hand editing 30 screens of JS code?

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